Brady's teammates offer congrats on baby girl
BOSTON (WHDH) -- Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and wife Gisele Bundchen welcomed their second child Wednesday night.
Vivian Lake is the newest member of Tom Brady's bunch that includes older brothers John and Benjamin.
Vivian is Brady's third child. He and Bundchen are parents of 2-year-old Benjamin. Brady also has a 5-year-old son, Jack from his previous relationship with actress Bridget Moynahan.
Brady’s teammates are full of support and congratulations.
“I'm happy for him. I know it’s a nice addition to his family,” said Devin McCourty, Patriots corner back.
“Congrats to Tom, you know. In 16 years he's going to have his hands full with a little girl trying to drive cars around and boys chasing her,” said Patriots defensive back, Rob Ninkovich.
“I'm very happy for him that he had a little girl,” said Zoltan Mesko.
Bundchen announced the birth on her Facebook page, saying their daughter was born at home on Wednesday and is "healthy and full of life."
"We feel so lucky to have been able to experience the miracle of birth once again and are forever grateful for the opportunity to be the parents of another little angel," Bundchen wrote in her Facebook posting.
Brady made no mention of it during practice on Friday. Teammate Kyle Arrington jokingly said that's typical.
“I heard very late. Tom is very secretive around these parts in the locker room, doesn't open up much. Nah, that's a joke,” said Arrington.
“Tom is the ultimate professional. He knows how to wear multiple hats per se. When he’s here he has his work hat on. When he’s at home he has his dad hat on, husband hat,” said Arrington.
Teammates said Brady is thrilled about his newest addition, but while at Gillette his focus is on preparing for a big Monday night game.
“Not much gets talked about here other than football,” said McCourty.
“Tom’s all business, so he’s in here working hard and focused on what we have to do,” said Ninkovich.
Baby Vivian was born Wednesday, but Brady didn’t miss a day of work. He has been seen at practice all week.